Interfaith Parsha Chain (Going out with a bang)

dauer - are you going to start the interfaith text study and outline the parameters of the dialogue .... just curious, there are no posting there yet ...
don't know if I will post much, but I would sure like to follow it .... aloha nui, poh

p.s. I'm starting another round of parsha studies put out by Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum (the man who translated the 138 Openings of Wisdom by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto) .... he is doing a one year study of the Bible including the parshas as well 2 chapters a day of the other books .... it will be interesting to go back to the interfaith parsha project to see what I wrote before and how it compares to where I am now .... the tabernacle dialogue (limited as it was to so few persons) was one of great learning about the Torah for me .... if all goes as planned I will start lessons at a nearby synagogue .... mahalo nui to both you and bb for the many things I have learned when I read your posts .... this isn't goodbye, I'll still be around ....

I am going to be starting the ITS, probably very soon. It's going to require some special setup that Brian put aside until he had the time to do it properly, but I have all of the initial posts (rules, form to submit if you wish to lead a text study, etc.) all made up and ready to go.

I found another resource that may be your cup of tea. There's a website I found where the author, a rabbi, is going word by word through the Torah, via a free mailing list. He dedicated about 10 pages to the word bereisheet alone. He also has some of his material archived on the site:

mahalo nui dauer for the reference .... I have subscribed and love this form of learning .... in today's MILA YOMIT Rabbi Itzchak Marmorstein quotes from Moshe Chaim Luzzatto's 138 Openings of Wisdom which I also received a few weeks ago .... so much to learn and reflect on .... aloha nui, poh